[sldev] DenyTrustedCircuit?

Phoenix phoenix at secondlife.com
Tue Mar 6 12:10:28 PST 2007

On 2007 Mar 6, at 09:38, Joel Riedesel wrote:
> But at one point I'm receiving a DenyTrustedCircuit packet from SL.
> (The SLProxy trace of the main SLClient doesn't see this packet.)
> 1) Why am I getting this packet?
> 2) I believe I am supposed to return a CreateTrustedCircuit in  
> response
> but what is the Digest element of that packet supposed to be a digest
> of? (I'm assuming MD5).

The DenyTrustedCircuit message is sent when an untrusted host sends a  
message that has been tagged as requiring trust. To establish trust  
you will need to either have a generated shared secret which we do  
not distribute.

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